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Special Low Fees By the Reliable, Permanently Established Specialists For Men's Diseases
IN ORDER TO PLACE A CURE WITHIN THE REACH OF MANY WHO ARE UNABLE TO PAY OUR REGULAR FEES, AND IN ORDER TO DEMONSTRATE THE GREAT SUCCESS WE ARE MEETING WITH BY OUR NEW
SYSTEM OF TREATMENT IN CASES THAT HAVE MET WITH FAILURE BY EVERY OTHER METHOD, WE WILL DURING THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS BEGINNING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY FIRST, MAKE OUR CHARGES SO REA
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Having met with remarkable success and encouragement here, and having the largest practice of any institution in the southwest, and knowing that many who need treatment badly have neglected consulting us for fear that our charges
would not be within their reach, has induced us to make this offer. Remember, this is the largest, best equipped, oldest and most reliable institution established and conducted by the foremost Specialists of the country, doctors of national rep
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WE CURE PROMPTLY. SAFELY, THOROUGHLY AND AT LOWEST COST,
CATARRH, RUPTURE. SCROFULA. ECZEMA, EPILEPSY, NERVOUS DE
CLINE, LOST VITALITY, BLOOD, POISON (all stages), STRICTURE, VARI
COCELE, HYDROCELE, CYSTITIS, ENLARGED PROSTATE. PILES, FISTU
LA AND ULCER, ana all CHRONIC SKIN. KIDNEY, BLADDER, RECTAL
AND PRIVATE DISEASES AND WEAKNESSES OF BOTH SEXES.
Catarrh of the Nose. Throat and Lungs successfully treated by our new
method ot treatment which removes all irritation, pain m 'the head, hawking;
spitting and aropping, and prevents lung complications, chronic bronchitis
and ali pulmonary diseases.
Is a boon- to suffering humanity. With our special generators we are enabled
tc charge the body with 200,000 volts without the least pain or discomfort.
It makes, middle-aged men as strong as the youth, revitalizes the nerves when
exhausted from overwork or worry, banishes pam, stimulates, tones and in
vigorates the entire system, is pleasant to take and inexpensive.
We cure blood poison with a predigested Nucleide preparation, in all its
stages. We use no mineral poisons, our treatment does not affect the stom
ach, cause eruptions or other discomforts. Symptoms overcome In 30 days.
If suffering from ulcers, sore mouth or throat, falling hair, bone pains or
any other symptom of this formidable disease, -we will drive the poison from
your system forever.
We cure stricture without the use of the knife, sounds or other opera
tive measures. Our treatment acts directly upon the parts afflicted only, dis
lodging the stricture and leaving the canal in a perfectly normal condition
Neglected stricture results in serious bladder trouble and frequently Bright's
disease The treatment does not detain you from business duties.
Frequentl;- causes Nervous Debility. Melancholia, and various nervous
reflexes, which arc very aggravating and sometimes serious troubles. OUR
TREATMENT restores normal circulation and effects a perfect and permanent
cure ir. every cast. No pain, no knife or other dangerous procedure employed.
Eeither due1 to disease or ind'scretlon is entirely overcome by our new
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method. Call and we will explain why it cures wnen all else fails. Can be
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SPECIAL DISEASES .
New or old. acute or chronic, characterized by frequency, pain, burning
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Ulcers, and Swellings disappear as if by magic
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If weak, nervous, irritable, despondent, lack ambition and energy, get up
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1 down on the farm that'll make an axe
handle blister look like 30 cents."
"Many's the time," continued Father,
warming up to the narrative, "that I've
gone out before sunup and dug up a
pile of wood out of the snow to prac
tice on. What a joy getting in the
"I heard Ma ask you yesterday to go
down to Joe, the dagoe's for 10 cents
-worth of wood and you passed the
buck," comments Son.
"When reduced to a menial task, even
a heaven-born occupation becomes irk
some." Father hastily replies.
"You're not the only great man, Dad,
who loves to swing his trusty axe when
the moving picture machine is work
ing. If the wife handed 'em a piece of
money though, asking them to hurry
back with a chunk of kindling, they'd
turn on enough hot air to peel off the
"Just the same," Father argues, "I'd
like to see a revival of those old fash
ioned evenings by the fireslre that Cow
per wrote of:
"Now. stir the fire and close the shut
And, while the bubbling and loud his
Throws up a steamy column, and the
That cheers but not Inebriates, waits
' So let us welcome peaceful evening
"You can mix just as many pousse
cafes to the minute over a gas stove,"
retorts Son, "as they did smartweed
tea In those good old days. Then if
the janitor won't send up enough hot
air to keep your feet thawed out you
can always go down Into the basement
and make a skating pond of his anat
omy unless he beats you to it."
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of the naval observatory at
"Washington ought to be a
great astronomer an eminent scientific
man. who should attract attention, to
the institution now and then by putr
ting salt on the tail of a new comet, or
giving- an extra twist to . one of the
spiral nebulas. The present chief of
I the establishment, Capt. T. E. DeWitt
Veeder, who is a very able officer of
the navy, cannot reasonably be ex
pected to do such spectacular '"stunts"
Doing: Valuable Work.
Even as now organised, nowever, the
observatory is doing a deal of valuable
work. It has a staff of expert star
gazers who hold rank as naval officers,
though tney never go to sea. They
are called "professor," and not by an
ordinary service title. Thus, for ex
ample. Prof. Milton TJpdegraff ranks
as a commander in the navy, and his
business at the present time is to keep
tab on the fixed stars.
The observatory is mainly occupied
in studying the structure of the uni
verse, it is a somewhat considerable
task, and work ot the kind Is not un
dertaken anywhere else In this coun
try, largely because it Js very laborious,
and for the reason that there is liter
ally no end to it. For this purpose the
chief instrument used is a "meridian
circle." consisting most importantly of
a telescope, through which the stars
are watched as they pass across the
"Washington meridian with the revo
lution of the earth. Knowledge of the
exact position of the stars is of great
practical usefulnes to navigators and
Prof. "W. S. Eicheluerger. who Is en
gaged in the same work, is likewise a
commander in the navy; and another
star gazer who takes part in this
branch of the business is Prof. Frank
B. Littell. who holds the lesser rank
of lieutenant-commander. In charge
of the great equatorial telescope is
Prof. Asaph Hall, a lieutenant, whose
attention is devoted mainly to our
moon, other .satellites and comets.
The naval observatory specializes to
some extent In moons. It was through
this same equatorial telescope that
jrivi. xia.ii s iamer, Asapn. sr., discov
er eu. iwu moons oi jiars more than 20
years ago. These moons, bthe way,
are each about 60 miles in diameter,
and they seem to revolve around the
planet in opposite directions. But this
is only apparent, and not actual, the
effect, as telescoplcally viewed, being
due to the fact that one of them circles
tively slow rate.
A Gigantic Task.
Knowledge of the diameters "of the
orbits of moons enables the astrono
mers to figure out the masses of the
planets about which they revolve, thus
yielding important data in relatron to
our solar system. rt1sabig job, this
keeping track of satellites', because
there are so many of them, and they ex
hibit such curious eccentricities.
True, Mercury and "Venus possess
no moons at all, but Jupiter has eight.
Saturn nine, Uranus four, and Neptune
one. The biggest of all of them is
Titan, belonging to Saturn, which has
a diameter of 3500 miles. This t
enormously bigger than our own moon,
whose diameter is only 2150 miles.
Presumably all these moons are dead,
like ours. It is a pity we have not
some more of our own, inasmuch as
they are so interesting. Jupiter enjojs
the view of eclipses every day. Its sky
is always full of moons so that, ono
might Imagine, an inebriated man on
that planet, going home at night,
would find things very confusing.
It is part of Prof. Hall's work to fol
low comets with the great "equatorial."
This is always interesting though, up
to the present time, nobody has found
out with certainty just what a comet is.
A comet is believed, however, to be
an assemblage of particles of star dust,
between which and the sun there is
some sort of electrical action. This
action it isthat drives off into rptic-
the "tail" of the comet, which always
points away from the sun. in tnt
course of time the celestial tramp be
comes disintegrated, losing so mucn o"
its material as to be no longor recog
nizable. But whethcj or not it- was
originally a "busted" planet, is a
question as yet in dispute.
Pharaoh Star Gazere.
In some of the ancient pyramids ot
Egypt there are tunnels, pointing sky
ward, which were unquestionably de
signed for astronomical "purposes
that is to say. for studying the positions
of the stars. It is believed that the
obelisks were constructed with a like
end in view. Thus vit might be con
sidered that professor TJpdegraff and
his fellow workers at the naval ob
servatory are engag3d merely in con
tinuing the observations which star
gazers in the land of Pharaohs car
ried on 35 centuries ago.
The famous observatory at Green
wich, in England, was originally start
ed for the purpose of making such ob
servations, for the benefit ,of naviga-
tors. At the present time, our naval
observatory Is pursuing the work in
cooperation with Greenwich, and with
observatories maintained by the gov
ernments of other countries the Idea
in view being to find out as much as
possible about the structure of the uni
verse. It is desired not only to de
termine the positions of the stars, but
to ascertain their distances from us,
the directions in which they are mov
ing, and the makeup of the groups, or
families, to which they belong. The
Pleiades, for example, might be de
scribed as a family of stars.
, Shifting of Stars.
One of the assistant astronomers at
the observatory. G. A. Hill, devotes his
attention to watching and recording
the apparent shifting of the stars as
the earth moves around the sun. An
other. G. H. Peters, looks for "aster
olds." or minor planets, through a photo-telescope,
taking snapshots of them
when he comes across them. "With an
other instrument he makes a photo
graph of the sun every day ,in the
year, thus keeping a record of sunspoti
their appearance, and their changes.
This is a matter of no small import
ance, inasmuch as the sun practically
controls the weather on the earth.
A sun spot means an outburst of
fiery activity on the surface of- the
solar orb, which is likely to have its
effects upon temperature and other
meteorologic conditions on the terres
trial planet. '
The Suh as1 a Star.
It is of great interest, too. to study
the sun as a star. Of all the billions
of stars that go to make up our uni
verse, only one is near enough to per
mit us to examine it in detail. ,,"We call
You'll be surprisea at trie results yew
will get from a small want, rent of
for sale r.d in The Herald. "Will not
cost more than 25c. to 50c Phone Bell
15. Auto 1115 and t11 the girl-
it the sun. Though it is not really very , very young man, in 18S3, took part in
Dig in fact, an orb of only the fifth
mno-nitiiflu in Un. "rsn i- Trr iS.L L
to us, quite naturallj-, the cerftW of
creation. Notwithstanding itsv small
size, it is a .pretty fair sample of a
star, and by observation of it a great
deal is tn hp loir-nol olm.t 1,,. , !
......,u utsuui UII1C1, 111U
vastly more distant, stellar luminaries
other major planets. It is possible to
weigh the latter with greater accuracy
than in any other way.
Speaking of major planets, however,
it seems conceited on our part to re
gard ourselves as in the same class
with those huge orbs, Jupiter, Saturn, j
Uranus, and Neptune. Uranus, for in
stance, is 60 times as big as the earth,
and its year is as long as 84 of our
The sun, as viewed from Uranus,
rises in the west and sets in the east,
as do likewise Its four moons. But we
have the advantage of it when sun
shine is considered, by reason of its
enormously greater distance from the?
Behold from Uranus, the sun looks
only one four-hundredth as large as dr.
does to us though it has about the
brightness of 1500 of our moons, and
so gives light enough to see by very
comfortably. As for ''warmth, it mat
ters not, because Uranus is red hot
Set All Clocks.
By no means the least important func
tionary of the naval observatory is
Everett Hayden, who is not a professor,
but a plain commander in the navy.
It is he who has charge of the naval
chronometers and the time service, by
which, at exactly noon every day, a.
signal is sent out over the telegraph
wires to all points of the country, set
ting the electric clocks in every citar,
and dropping time-balls at the princi
pal "seaports. Five minutes before 12
oclock the telegraph companies stop all
business, and throw open every circuit,
so that the electric Impulse is instan
taneousls transmitted to every town in
the United States and by wireless to
vessels all along the coast.
Commander Hayden. when he was a
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DR. X. G. CHE HOK,
Cklnese Pkyslciaa, Cares
an exploring- expedition alonjr the sum
mits'of: the Cascade range In Califor
nia and up into Oregon. "With Mr. Diller.
of the United States geological survey,
he ascended the precipitious cliffs
which encircle Crater Lake, and on
that remarkable body of water the two
men set afloat the first. craft ever navi-
Lung- trouble, ufefe
ma, catarrh la all
ita forms, dyspep
heart disease, kid
ney, liver and blad
der trouble, rheu
matism, and. blood
cer cured. No mer
cury or minerals
used. Nervous de
bility cured as fey
peculiar to womei
cured without a
105 N. Campbell.
Bell shOBQ 29.13.
We know of about 700 nlanets that I gated there a raft composed of logs
revolve around the sun. But only eight J which they had thrown down fronr
ua Liiem, jnciuamg tne earth, are of J aoove, ana wnicn tney iastenea to-
mucn size. The rest are mere toy
worlds. the biggest of them, called
Ceres, being only 485 miles in diame
ter, with a surface area three times as
great as that of Texas. These baby
sisters of the earth, indeed, might
be said to equal in area various states
of the union, from Rhode Island to
some of the larger ones. T
Alultltude of V,"oclds.
Probably there are multitudes of such
tiny world, scattered through the void
of space. The earth weighs 200 times
as much as rfll the known minor plan
ets put 'gether. It seems not unlikely
that the solar system, to which we be
long, picks them up now and then as
it proceeds on its tremendous journey
in the direction of the constellation
Hercules. By observing the extent to
which they are pulled out of their or
bits by the earth. Mars, Venus, and
gether with halter straps. By this
means, at some risk, they made their
way to the strange volcanic cone
which rises as an island far out from
Injured Ih Fall.
Later on. when tlje party had as
cended one of the three lofty volcanic
peaks known as the Three Sisters. Hay
den ventured too near to the crumbly
edge of a cliff. It gave way beneath
him. and he fell 200 feet. Fortunately,
the cliff was by no means perpendicular,
and thus he took the tumble by easy
stages, so to speak. As a result, how
ever, he was badly bruised and cut, and
one of his legs had to be amputated.
Thus it is that at the present time, in
stead of commanding: a war vessel, he
Is content to undertake the task of set- J
iing tne clocks for the people of the
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Successors to Hughes St Crttchett.
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We have had twenty years' experience in loaning money on El Paso
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of woes," be-
purr of com-
of a multitude
gins rightside wlta a
fort, as lie spreads his stockinged feet
before the gas log.
"The hot air stunt certainly is
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ff . v I v tv
ii you want to get heat in a flat
house in Xew York it's a case of real
fire most of the time. The janitor has
to be fired about every other week to
keep the steam boiler working," Son
Aa Inhalation for
I Coughs, Golds, Oafatrh,
Crssofene is a Boos te Asthmatics. I
TrRES SOMETHING SO UNS94TIMENTAI.
About A Steam Radiator.
lemon grower," replies Son, blowing a
cloud of superheated cigaret smoke ceil
ingward. 'I never did take much stock In these
modern devices to warm our houses,"
declares Father. "Give "me the old-fash
ioned fireplace or Baltimore heater. You
"Our friend fromx the west says liv-
mg in a not air atmosphere is the cause
of frequent quarrels between wife and
husband," Father continues.
"His dope is all to the good. Dad. but J
the hot air doesn't always come from
the steam pipes," retorts Son. "Some- .
times it's a pipe from hubby. Then, I
again, the lady of the house turns on a I
bit of Kansas hot wave that would '
shrivel up a section of. growing corn
like a Park Row stenographer puts
away nn ice cream sundae."
"There's something so unsentimental '
about a steam radiator," ruminates '
"It's a knocker of romance, all right," I
says Son. "Especially when it begins
to crack open like a gas house ex
plosion just as a gink sarts to ,tell a f
skirt hes willing to pay a deposit on a
flat if she'll pick out the furniture."
"The flreplacejn mj father's house
was an. ideal place to linger nearv" Fath
"If you didn't have to spjit the wood
to keep it going," cautiously remarks
"Grand exercise," enthues Father.
"I've got up before breakfast many a"
time and chopped half a cord of wood "
he adds, furtively gazing toward Mrs.
Brightslde Intli next room.
"The gas log for muh." asserts rt.
Drop a quarter in the slot, turn on the
Does it not seem acts, effective to breathe la a
remedy for diseases of the breathin? orgaas thaa
to taie the remedy into the stomach?
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